Weekly Wrap-up: September 29 - October 5, 2017
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Have you spotted a cricket frog? Their small size and adaptable coloring can make them very difficult to see. This one was found at Port Louisa National Wildlife Refuge in Iowa.
Check out this cool sighting! Yesterday a moose was spotted near Rydell and Glacial Ridge National Wildlife Refuges in Minnesota.
Cedar waxwings are smooth, silky birds that prefer to eat fruits. Watch as they pluck berries & swallow them whole! https://t.co/Fc5hfzDqMC— USFWS Midwest Region (@USFWSMidwest) October 2, 2017
Isabella tiger moth
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